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ANNUAL STAFF 

Front row, left to right — Class Editor, Bobbie Jean Barr; Art, Billy Turtle; Associate Editor, 
Peggy Hall; Editor-in-Chief, Mary Lee Turtle; Circulation, Robert Newsome and Margaret Baker. 

Back row, left to right — Typist, Annie Ruth Lynch; Advertising, John Watts; Sports, Emodean 
Nance; Advertising, Richard Newsome; Typist, Gaynelle Bennett; Photography, Frank Smith; 
Typist, Geraldine Moser. 



VOLUME 5 



FOREWORD 



"O wad some power the giftie gie us 
To see oursels as ithers see us!" 
We Seniors of '52 hope in this edition of "King's 
Cabin" to give a clear picture of students, faculty, 
and activities so that we, as well as others, may see 
us as we are. In after years may this annual serve as 
a memory book in which we may live again the 
happy days spent at King High School. 




DEDICATION 



TO ODELL T. NEAL 

We, the Seniors of 1952, dedicate this edition of "King's 
Cabin" in appreciation for his work as a teacher and coach. Tlie 
many fine athletic teams he has coached here in the past seven 
years, the many trophies in our cabinets are outward evidence of 
the good work he has done. In addition, he has influenced greatly 
the lives of those with whom he has come in contact. 



/ADMINISTRATION 









Mr. R. M. Green 

County Superintendent 





Mr. A. E. Garner 
County Supervisor 



Mrs. Grace T. Rodenbough 
County Supervisor 




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Mr. Carl M. Felts 
Principal 



LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD 




Mr. R. S. Reddings 





Mr. O. P. Green 



Mr. J. W. Gentry 



FACULTY 





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Nell T. Voss 
Language, Physical Ed. 



Odell T. Neal 
Math, Physical Ed. 



Rumell S. Stevens 
English, Librarian 






Naomi S. Newsom 
Commercial, School Treasurer 



Forrest H. Harmon 

Agriculture 



Helen G. Duncan 

Science 





Viola Tuttle 
Piano 



Virginia F. Patterson 
Home Economics 



Charlton H. Lindler 
Social Studies 



Marguerite S. Gentry 
Public School Music, Glee 



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FLOWER: White Carnation 

MOTTO: With help from Above we can go far 





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MASCOTS 

SANDRA HARMON 

HARVEY GUY TEDDER, JR. 




SENIORS 



C. A. HUNSUCKER 
President 
Class V.-Pres. 1, 2; Pres. 3, 4; Glee 
Club 1, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; S. C Rep. 4; 
Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Jr. 
Var. 1, 2; Chief Marshal 3; Sr. Play; 
Commercial Club 1. 

BOBBIE JEAN BARR 
Recording Secretary 
St. C. Rep. 2; FHA 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3; 4-H 3; Basketball Mgr. 3; Lib. 
Asst 1. 2; Sr. Play; Com. Club 4; Lunch- 
room Bookkeeper 4. 






O. O. GRABS, JR. 

Treasurer 
Class Pres. 1, 2; Treas. 4; Student 
Council Rep. 2; V.-Pres. 3; Pres. 4; 
County Pres. 4; Basketball Mgr. 1, 2; 
Jr. Va. 1, 2; Varsity 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 
4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 1. 



PEGGY HALL 

Corresponding Secretary 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bus. Capt. 2, 3; 
Class Treas. 3; Com. Club 3, 4; Corres. 
Sec. 4; "Eagle" Rep. 3; Produaion Mgr. 
4; Home Coming Queen Att. 3; S. C. 
Rep 4; Assoc. Ed. Annual 4; Asst. Lunch- 
room Cashier 4; Cheerleader 4. 

RICHARD NEWSOME 

Vice-President 
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Basket- 
ball 4; Jr. Var. 2, 3; Annual Staff; Eagle 
Reporter 4. 





SENIORS 





LOYD BAKER 

FFA 1, 2. 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; 
Bus Patrol 3; Hall Monitor 2. 



BILLY TUTTLE 

Reporter 
Art Ed. Annual 4; "Eagle" Art Ed. 3, 
4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Reporter 4; 
Glee Club 1; Bus Driver 4; Adv. Mgr. 
Sr. Play; Ath. Adv Mgr. 3, 4. 

MARGARET FA YE BAKER 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1; Bus Capt. 
3; Commercial Club 2, 3, 4; FHA Treas. 

4. Cotres. Sec. 3; "Eagle" Reporter 3, 4, 

5. C Rep. 3 Corres. Sec. 4; FHA 1, 2, 
3, 4; Girls' State Rep 3; Asst Lunchroom 
Bookkeeper 4. 






GAYNELL BENNETT 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Reporter 
1, 2, 3; 4-H 1; Commercial Club 2, 3, 4; 
Piedmont Bowl Contestant 3; Rec. Con- 
test 3; Girl's State Rep. 3; Rec. Sec. S. C 
4; Ed. "King Kracks" 4; Sr. Play. 

BILLY BOB BARR 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Jr. 
Varsity 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 1; 
v.- Pres. 2; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 4; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4. 






SENIORS 



JEWELDENE BOLES 
Com. Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Sr. Play Marshal; "Eagle" Reporter 
4. 

HAROLD BOYLES 

FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 4; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Bus Patrol 3; Boy 
Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4. 






CAROL BYRD 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Com. Club 2, 
3, 4; FHA 3: Bus. Capt. 3. 



DENNIS HARTGROVE 
Class Pres. 2; V. Pres. 1; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4. 

EUGENIA COX 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3. 
4; Commercial Club 1; Sr. Play Marshal. 





SENIORS 





JOSEPH KISER 
Glee Club 1; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pari. 
Procedure Contest 4; Treas. 4; Com- 
mercial Club 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Stu- 
dent Council Rep. 3; "Eagle" Business 
Mgr. 4. 

JO ANN EAST 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1; FHA 1; 
Senior Play Marshal. 



LARRY KISER 
Bus Driver 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Com- 
mercial Club 3; Glee Club 1; Stage 
Committee Senior Play 4. 




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ALLEEN FULK 
Library Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 
2, 3, 4; "Eagle" Reporter 4; 4-H 1, 2; 
Commercial Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

ALTON LAWSON 
Sub Bus. Driver 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 
4; Glee Club 1; "Eagle" Reporter 4; 
Commercial Club 3, 4. 



SENIORS 



ANNIE RUTH LYNCH 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial 
Club 3, 4— Annual Staff 4; Library 
Asst. 3; Commercial Club Treas. 4; 
Marshal 3; Bus Capt. 3; Sr. Play Mar- 
shal; May Queen Art. 3. 

CONRAD MABE 
Bus Driver 4; Bus Patrol 2, 3,; FFA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 2; Class Reporter 2; 
"Eagle" Sports Editor 4; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Commercial Club 4; Adv. Com. Sr. 
Play. 






GERALDINE MOSER 
Piano 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
FHA 3, 4; Song Leader 4; Commercial 
Club 2, 4; Sr. Play; Halloween Carni- 
val Queen 2, 3; Bus Capt. 3; Annual 
Staff 4; "Eagle" Reporter 4; Library 
Asst. 3, 4. 



DALE NEWSOME 
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Jr. 
Varsity 1, 2; Sr. Play. 

EMODEAN NANCE 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2. 4; 
Soft Ball 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Annual Staff 4; 4-H 1, 2. 3. 





SENIORS 





ROBERT NEWSOME 
Class V.-Pres. 1,3; Sec. 2; Glee Club 
1; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 4; Pari. Pro- 
cedure Contest 4; Student Council Rep. 
2; "Eagle" Reporter 3; Sr. Play; Com- 
mercial Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; Annual 
Staff 4. 

MERIV.A.LE NEWTON 

FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
"Eagle" Reporter 4; 4-H 1; Commer- 
cial Club 3, 4; Senior Play. 



FRED RIERSON 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FFA 1, 3, 
Bus Captain 3, 4. 






MARTHA SMITH 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA Sec. 4; Stu- 
dent Council Treas. 4; Bus Capt. 2, 3; 
Hall Mon. Com. 3; Chm. 4; Girl's 
Basketball Mgr. 4; Commercial Club 
2, 3, 4; "Eagle" Reporter 3, 4; Li- 
brary Asst. 1, 4. 

JIMMY ROBERTSON 
Bus Driver 3, 4; Bus Capt. 1, 2; 
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Ed.-in-Chief "King 
Eagle" 4; V. Pres. Commercial Club 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Patrol 2; 
Commercial Club 4; Sr. Play; Hall Mon. 
2, 3. 



SENIORS 



MARY LEE TUTTLE 
FHA 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Sec. 1; Rec. Sec. 2, 3; Class Queen 2; 
Home Coming Queen Att. 3; Com. 
Club 3, 4; Door Keeper Sr. Play, 4; 
Marshal 3; Ed. -in-Chief Annual 4. 

FRANK SMITH 
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; V.-Pres 3; Pres. 4; 
Pari. Procedure Contest 3- 4; Caw'e 
Judging 2, 3, 4; Tool Ident. 3, 4; 
Public Speaking 3; Delegate State FFA 
Conv. 3; Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus 
Capt. 3, 4; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4. 








JOHN WATTS 
FFA 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 4; 
Bus Patrol 3; Com. Club 2, 3; 4-H 1; 
Jr. Varsity 1, 2, 3; Annual Adv. Mgr. 
4. 



CARL SOUTHERN 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: FFA 1. ?. 3, 
4; Bus Patrol 3; Com. Club 4; 4-H 1, 
2; Sr. Play Stage Mgr. 

MOZELLE TUTTLE 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Com. Club 2, 
3, 4; Sr. Play 4; Basketball Jr. Varsitv 2; 
Varsity 3, 4; Soft Ball 1, 2, 3- 4; "Eagle" 
Reporter 4; Library Asst. 2; Lunch room 
Cashier 4. 





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Most Intelligent 



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Most Co-Operative Most Versatile 



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Merivale Newton Richard Newsome 

Best Actor and Actress 



Jeweldene Boles Fred Rierson 

Old Maid and Old Bachelor 





Martha Smith Dennis Hartgrove 

Best Sport 



Eugenia Cox 



Most Bashful 



Larry Kiser 



SUPERLATIVES 





Geraldine Moser Conrad Mabe 

Best Looking 



Mary Lee Tuttle Billy Tuttle 

Most Original 





Carol Byrd John Watts 

Best Dressed 



Jo Anne East Larry Kiser 

Quietest 



SUPERLATIVES 





Mozelle Tuttle C. A. Hunsucker 

Biggest Flirt and Biggest Wolf 



Peggy Hall Harold Boyles 

Best Disposition 





Carol Byrd Dale Newsome 

Biggest Baby 



Geraldine Moser Billy Tuttle 

Most Musical 



SUPERLATIVES 






Annie Ruth Lynch Alton Lawson 

Cutest, Neatest 



Peggy Hall Jimmy Robertson 

Most Polite 





Jeweldene Boles Loyd Baker 

Biggest Pest 



Merivale Newton Frank Smith 

Wittiest 



SUPERLATIVES 





Emodean Nance Billy Bob Barr 

Most Athletic 



Gaynell Bennett C. A. Hunsuclver 

Most Popular 





Bobbie Jean Barr Robert Newsome 

Most Likely To Marry 



Margaret Faye Baker Carl Southern 

Friendliest 



CLASS HISTORY 



In the year 1948, sixty-four timid boys and girls were direaed to room number 4 and the 
Home Economics building with Miss Burtie Carroll and Mrs. Howell Patterson as home room 
teachers. We lost nine out of our sixty-four that year. Wayne Hall, K. T. Gillespie, Bobby 
Cromer, Jack Cromer, Ina Merritt, Margaret Browder, and Ray Sands quit school for unknown 
reasons. Virginia Martin and Treva Webster were the first to stop for marriage. 

The next year we were sophomores, and we were still in separate groups. Mrs. Pauline Dun- 
can and Mr. Odell Neal were our home room teachers. We were very proud to have Billy Bob 
Barr, Betty Newsome, and Emodean Nance make the basketball teams. Leo Holder, Patsy Boyles, 
Alvin Hill, Betty Newsome, and Virginia Payne dropped out of school. 

Our Junior year meant the meeting of two separate classes in one large happy class. We 
were now in the Library with Mrs. Clifton Stevens as our home room teacher. Before long, Bobby 
Gene Lawson, Janie Venable, Margie Duggins and Norma Jean Griffin had left us. Francis 
Spainhour and Mozelle Rutledge did not return from their sophomore year — the reason — matrimony. 
Mary Anderson Booe entered Salem Academy to continue her studies. Gaynell Bennett, a new 
student was gladly accepted by the Juniors. 

The Junior class sponsored the annual Halloween Carnival in October, 1950, to raise money 
for the Junior-Senior Banquet. It was a great success, with lots of hard work — but a lot of fun 
also. Geraldine Moser of our class was eleaed queen for the second year. 

One of the high lights in our life occurred on the night of May 4. 1951. All dressed uo in 
formal clothes, the Juniors, alone with the Seniors and the faculty, gathered on the Balinfse Roof 
of the Robert E. Lee Hotel in Winston-Salem for a banquet. Enterfainment was oresenfed bv t*ie 
Dorminy Studio. Everyone wanted to learn to dance afterward! Everyone got home safely as far 
as we know — at least they all showed up at school the next day. 

When Commencement time rolled around C. A. Hunsucker. Bobbie Jean Barr, Marv Lee Petree, 
Junior Grabs, and Annie Ruth Lynch were selected as marshals. We hated to see the Seniors go, 
but we were glad to take their place. 

The Junior class party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Byrd and Mr. and Mrs. Golden Baker 
at the Y. M. C. A. Camp. Everyone had a grand time. 

Then in September, 1951, we at last took our sears in the Senior room with Mrs. Nell Vn^s 
as our teacher. Our class had then decreased to thirty-five who were looking forward to graduating 
in the Spring of 1952. 

We presented our Senior Plav in November in the King High School Auditorium. We 
selected a three-aa comedy entitled "No Foolin'." 

Our grade parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Byrd and Mr. and Mrs. Coley Hunsucker, gave us a 
Christmas party at the King American Legion Hut. Everyone enjoyed the fun and refreshments 
and seemed satisfied with their gifts. 

When we returned from the Christmas holidavs, we found that Marv Lee Petree had marr-cd 
Glenn Turtle. It wasn't long until Geraldine Moser had changed her name by marrying Wayne Hall. 

The Senior Class received an invitation from Elon College in February asking us to attend 
their Annual Senior Day. A group of 29 seniors along with Mr. Felts left on Wednesday. February 
6 for their exciting trip to Elon. We arrived a little while before lunch, and be?an routine the 
Campus. We had a lot of free time to inspect college life and then w° ate svt^ner in the dining 
hall. That night we attended the ball game between Apoalachian and Elon. We le^^t ttip College 
at 9:45 p. m. and around 11:30 p. m. a tired bunch of Seniors stepped off the bus in King. 

At the time of this writing, most of our four high school years are histon/. Onlv a short 
time remains until we shall receive our diplomas and eo our separate wavs. Then will rem-'^n 
only memories of our happy times spent here together. Thus we part, all with high hopes for the 
future. 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



We, the Class of 1952, being about to pass out of this sphere of education, in full possession 
of a crammed mind, well-trained memory, and almost superhuman understanding do make and 
publish this, our last will and testament. 

To the Faculty: To Mr. Felts: Many prosperous years in the new school building. To 
Mrs. Vo,ss: A quieter and more industrious senior class. To Mrs. Stevens: A larger and better 
library in the new building. To Mr. Neal: Some really tall basketball players. To Mrs. Duncan: 
A better physics class. To Mrs. Patterson: A group of girls that will keep the Home Economics 
department clean. To Mr. Lindler: A home room group with some girls in it. To Mrs. Newsom: 
The position of school treasurer without any classes. To Mr. Harmon: Plenty of "subject matter" 
to make good pictures. To Mrs. Gentry: A Glee Club that prefers singing to talking. To Miss 
Turtle: Piano students who never leave their music at home. 

To the Juniors: Mary Lee Turtle wills her position, Editor-in-Chief of the Annual, to Grace 
Westmoreland. Margaret Faye Baker wills her position as corresponding secretary of the Student 
Council to Naomi Wall. Martha Smith wills her position as Treasurer of the Student Council to 
Barbara Southern and manager of the girls' basketball team to Rebecca Watts. Gaynell Bennett 
wills her position as Recording Secretary to June Sisk. Eugenia Cox wills her second year French 
book to Geraldine Langford. Mozelle Turtle wills her superlative of Biggest Flirt to Doris Ed- 
wards. Carol Byrd wills her superlative. Biggest Baby to Alleen Sams. Bobbie Jean Barr wills 
the Lunch Room books to Pamelia Caudle and her big mouth to Annie Ball Priddy. Jo Ann 
East wills her superlative, quietest, to Mildred Nance. Merivale Newton wills her second year 
shorthand book to Barbara Harrison. Frank Smith wills his favorite seat on the front row to 
Billy Jessup. Jacob Loyd Baker wills his ability to keep the girls in chewing gum to Charles 
Westmoreland. Harold Boyles wills his cheerleader's suit to William Covington. Peggy Hall 
wills the position of corresponding secretary of the Senior Class to Edna Newsome and her tran- 
scripts in shorthand class to Betty Jean Boyles. Annie Ruth Lynch wills her superlative, cutest, to 
Jessie Merritt. Alleen Fulk wills her position as a faithful library assistant to Mary Smith. Jimmy 
Robertson wills the position of Editor-in-Chief of the "King Eagle" to Bobby Gravitt. Billy Bob 
Barr wills his basketball suit to Marvin Gentry. Jeweldene Boles wills her ability to help anyone 
anytime to Martha Ann Burrow. Junior Grabs wills the position of President of the Student 
Council to Doris Barr. C. A. Hunsucker wills being the biggest wolf to "Wimp" Holder. Richard 
Nemsome wills being the best actor to Dan Nance. John Watts wills his job as advertising manager 
of the Annual to Rex Holder and Billy Wilson. Dale Newsome wills his ability to read to Jones 
Burrow. Billy Tuttle wills his ability to draw to Wilma Covington. Joseph Kiser wills his 
ability to rype with the Electric Typewriter to Alvin Watts. Larry Kiser wills his superlative. 
Most Bashful, to Jack Booze. Conrad Mabe wills Nolan Redding the privilege of smoking in the 
smoking room. Alton Lawson wills his Plymouth to Harry Kirby. Emodean Nance wills her 
ability to play guard to Margaret Booze. Fred Rierson wills his best friend, Mr. Lindler. to 
Elbert Jessup. Robert Newsom wills his position, president of the Commercial Club, to Hight 
Ferguson. Geraldine Hall wills her ability to sing to Audrey Browder and her superlative. Best 
Looking, to Mary Ruth Johnson. Dennis Hartgrove wills his ability to make the girls laugh to 
Marvin Tuttle. Carl Southern wills his ability to court in school to Reginald Kiser. 

To the School, in general, we leave our blessing, tender memories of our pleasant associations 
together, and a pledge of friendship from henceforth and forever. 

To this will, we, the Class of 1952, do set our hands and seaL 



SNAPSHOTS 




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JUNIORS 




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Mary Edna Smith 
President 



Charles Westmoreland 
Vice-President 



MOTTO: 

"Act well your part, there all the 

honor lies." 



Permelia Caudle 

"Recording Secretary 




FLOWER: 
American Beauty Rose 




Marvin Gentry 
Treasurer 



June Sisk 
Reporter 



Barbara Southern 
Corresponding Secretary 



CLASS COLORS: 
Grey and Navy Blue 




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Doris Jane Barr 






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Audrey Browder 



William Covington 



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Reginald Kiser 



Jessie Merritt 



Dan Nance 



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Nolan Redding 



Edna Newsom 



Marvin Tuttle 





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Alvin Watts 



Ailene Sams 



Jack Watts 







Grace Westmoreland 



Billy Wilson 



Rebecca Watts 



Naomi Wail 




TENTH GRADE 

First row — B. Watts, J. Calloway, I. Kiser, M. Venable, E. Burrow, P. Moorefield, V. Slate. 
Second row — B. Newsom, F. Sizemore, A. Phillips, N. Boyles, G. Watts, T. Westmoreland. 
Third row — Mrs. Duncan, S. Lawson, D. Smith, R. Hamrick, H. Voss, N. Venable. 
Fourth row — B. Harris, W. Hunsucker, D. Brown. 
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TENTH GRADE 

First row — ^N. Burrow, B. Long, B. Thomas, V. Stewart, B. McGee, M. Smith, J. Duegins. 

Second row — K. Johnson, R. Moser, C. Brown, C Hall, M. Boyles, J. Cranfield, M. Spain- 
hour, J. Bennett. 

Third row — Mr. Neal, C. Fulk, S. Petree, J. Moser, R. Robertson, C. Jennings, R. James, 
J. Burrow. 




NINTH GRADE 

First row — M. Turtle, P. Moore, L. Lankford, B. Marshall, D. Whitman, B. Holder. 
Second row — ^Mrs. Patterson, F. Westmoreland, G. Tuttle, O. Barnes, C. Barber, J. Bennett, 
T. Thomas. 

Third row — B.. Girdwell, A. Boyles, P. Bennett, E. Smith, M. Johnson, E. Gjvington. 
Fourth row — B. Wall, M. Gibson, V. Tuttle, M. Smith, N. Hunter, S. Bowden 




NINTH GRADE 



First row — J. Boyles, H. Barr, J. Boyles, D. Lawson, J. Hartgrove, J. Baker, F. Thomas, B. 
Southern, G. Mabe, Mr. Lindler. 

Second row — L. Baker, O. James, F. Alley, J. Bolejack, J. Smith, J. Tuttle, R. Shouse, R. 
Lawson, W. Harris. 

Third row — I. Henderson, I. Tucker, D. Robertson, J. Fulk, W. Turner, J. Lawson, G. Mabe, 
G. Kiser. 




ORCANIZATIONS 




PIANO DEPARTMENT 



MISS VIOLA TUTTLE, Instructor 




HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB 



MRS. WORTH GENTRY, Director 



PERMELIA CAUDLE, Accompanist 




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Vice-President 



O. O. Grabs, Jr. 
President 



Martha Smith 
Treasurer 





Gaynell Bennett 
Recording Secretary 



Margaret Faye Baker 
Correspoftding Secretary 




STUDENT COUNCIL 




Seated: Mrs. Newsom, Advisor; Gaynelle Bennett, Doris Jane Barr, Junior Grabs, Margaret Baker, 
Martha Smith. Standing: Naomi Wall, Otis James, Ilene Kiser, Bobbie Joe Harris, Peggy Hall, 
Sherman Petree, Charles Westmoreland, Mary Ruth Spainhour, C. A. Hunsucker, Frances Westmore- 
land, Frankie Alley, Patsy Moore. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Our big purpose this year has been to keep some aaivity, program, etc., before the pupils 
all the time. 

Early in the fall, at the Stokes County Fair, we sponsored several school projects. Six blue 
ribbons came to our school. 

In November, we were asked by the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary to 
place special emphasis on November as Americanism month. During our Americanism Religious 
Week, we conduaed devotional for the high school in the auditorium each morning. 

We sponsored a special Armistice Day program on the Monday after Armistice Day, paying 
special tribute to World War I and II veterans, who were out guests that morning. 

We developed a system for grading rooms and each grade, in turn, is responsible for cleaning 
the auditorium. 

A committee was appointed to keep the first-aid room clean and attraaive. We also have a 
committee to keep the office clean. 

We sponsored a Talent Show in November. We made about $240, with which we have 
bought a public address system for the auditorium. 

The athletic committee has decorated the gym with posters and school colors for every game. 
They put forth much effort to get publicity for our ball games. They have also kept attractive 
bulletin boards in the gym. 

The cheerleaders have helped us with our "no smoking" and sportmanship problems, and 
we think the effort put forth was very successful. 

The athletic committee also sponsored a special program at our first ball game to introduce 
players and officials. This committee also sold ads to two local business concerns for money that 
was used to have schedules of our basketball games printed. 

We organized a hall monitor committee, but with the grades and the high school using doors 
at all times of the day, it is very difficult for this committee to operate smoothly. We can't say 
that this committee has been too successful. 

The publicity committee sends our school news, "King Kracks," to the county papers each 
week. This committee also keeps the hall bulletin boards up to date and attraaive. 

At the beginning of school a committee was appointed to work out a plan for Chapel each 
Tuesday morning. Each grade was in charge one week for the first semester. The last semester 
v.as planned for clubs and organizations. 

During the week of Christmas, the Council asked for a few minutes in the home rooms each 
morning for devotional. 

The Council decided that all who averaged 95 and above should be exempted from mid-term 
exams. We were very pleased that this was approved by our faculty and principal. 

The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary presented an American Flag and pole 
to our school. The Council assisted with the presentation ceremonies on March 14. 

We are now planning a Home-Coming Day, which will be April 5. We plan to help the 
Alumni form an association. In years to come they will plan the events when they want them. 

At the present writing our columns at the entrance of school grounds have not been started — 
but we do have a promise they will be finished by Home-Coming Day. 

Our Council voted to join the N. A. S. C. We have received several helpful magazines from 
the National Association and a beautiful certificate of membership. 

Several of the Council officers are looking forward to the Western District, North Carolina 
Student Council Congress at Forest City, April 18 and 19. 

We plan to again sponsor the May Day Program the first day of May. 

Ou.- Council and school has been honored this year — O. O. Grabs, Jr., our Council president, 
has served as president of the first Stokes County Schools Student Council. He has performed his 
many duties well, and we are very proud to have served on various projects with him. The 
Student Council wishes Junior much success. 

Ably assisted by our sponsor, Mrs. Newsom, we, as representatives of our student body, have 
attempted to co-operate with pupils and faculty in promoting more interest and better school spirit 
among pupils and better relationship and understanding among all school personnel. The year 
1951-52 has been a busy — yet gratifying — year! 




COMMERCIAL CLUB 




OFFICERS 

Barbara Southern, Secretary; Robert Newsome, President; Annie Ruth Lynch, Treasurer; 
Jimmy Robertson, Vice-President 




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LUNCH ROOM PERSONNEL 

Mrs. Boyles Mrs. Reynolds Mrs. Southern Mrs. Rumley 



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Front row — Bobbie Jean Barr, Peggy Hall, Jimmy Robertson, June Sislc, Doris Jane Barr. 
Second row — Carl Southern, Joseph Kiser, Conrad Mabe, Edna Newsome. 





LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 



Sitting: Margaret Baker, Geraldine Moser, AUeen Fulk. Standing: Elsie Lankford, Annie 
Bell Priddy, Mary Smith, Mrs. Stevens, Virginia Tuttle, Martha Smith, Ilene Kiser, Gaynell Tuttle, 
Mary Sue Smith. 




F. H.A. 




OFFICERS 

Geraldine Hall, Song Leader; Mary Ruth Spainhour, Parliamentarian; Martha Smith, Secretary; 
Vonnie Slate, Historian; Anne Phillips, President: Juanita Duggins, Historian; Grace Westmoreland, 
Vice-President; Margaret Faye Baker, Treasurer. 




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OFFICERS 

Joseph Kiser, Treasurer; Richard Newsome, Vice-President; Frank Smith, President; Charles 
Westmoreland, Reporter; Robert Newsome, Secretary. 




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Standing — C. A. Hunsucker, Jimmy Robertson, and Frankie Alley. 



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GIRL'S BASKETBALL 



Front row — Mozelle Tuttle, Mary Ruth Johnson, Emodean Nance, Grace Westmoreland, 
Margaret Booze, Edna Newsome, 

Second row — Mary Edith Smith, Nancy Jo Boyles, Melva Sue Boyles, Faye Sizemore, Doris 
Edwards. 

Third row — Mrs. Voss, Gjach; Anne Phillips, Doris Jane Barr, Norma Jean Burrow, Martha 
Smith, Manager. 



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BOY'S BASKETBALL 

Front row — ^Wesley Hunsucker, Robert Robertson, Bobby Joe Harris, C. A. Hunsucker, 
Junior Grabs. 

Back row — Mr. Neal, Coach; Billy Bob Barr, Marvin Gentry, Dan Nance, Richard Holder, 
Richard Newsome, Dennis Hartgrove. 



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43 Children's Home - 3 1 

54- Francisco 31 

42 Mineral Springs 39 

62 - —Germanton 24 

38 ._ Jonesville 32 

61 Francisco - 26 

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GIRL'S BASKETBALL 



Basketball season for 1951-52 opened not with a bang, but with a big question mark in the 
minds of all concerned. Eight players were missing from last year's squad. Other teams in the 
county were rejoicing that six-foot Sally Meadows had graduated, along with our other two fast 
starting forwards — Lorraine Robertson and Nell Baker, and our tallest guard, Phoebe Manring. 
In addition, Rachel Burge, Sybil Sizemore, Peggy Hall, and Norma Jean Griffin were gone from 
last year's reserves. 

Led by Emodean Nance, who was playing guard for her third consecutive year, and Edna 
Newsom, who shared first team guard honors with Mary Ruth Johnson last year, the guard situa- 
tion was soon well in hand. They were joined by Melva Sue Boyles, who played like a veteran 
although it was her first year on the squad. Margaret Booze, playing her second year led the 
reserve guards. Doris Edwards, Faye Sizemore, and Anne Phillips donned the Red and Black 
for the first time. Many times the guards were assisted by Mary Ruth Johnson (now a forward). 
Her height and rebounding helped greatly when we met up with a tall forward or a hook-shot 
artist. 'These girls consistently held opposing teams to relatively low scores. You couldn't ask for 
a better set of guards! 

For a while our forwards suffered from "first year-itis," because practically all of them were 
inexperienced. Mozell Tuttle and Grace Westmoreland saw limited action last year. Newcomer 
Nancy Jo Boyles, shooting left-handed, proved to be the highest scorer of the team. Mary Ruth 
Johnson did well in the pivot and added to the score with her hook-shot. The third spot at 
forward was sometimes filled by Mozell Tuttle, whose specialty' was lona shots; sometimes bv Grace 
Westmoreland, whose height aided her in ""dropping them in" from almost any angle; and some- 
times by freshman Mary Edith Smith, a scrappy player that shows much promise. Doris Jane 
Barr, an excellent passer, and "Pee Wee" Burrow, another good "set-shot," rounded out the team. 

To make a long story short — after a slow start due partly to "stage fright," these girls w^md 
up the season by winning the Stokes County Championship for the sixth consecutive year. Three 
members of the team — Emodean Nance, Mary Ruth Johnson, and Nancy Jo Boyles made the All- 
County Tournament Team. 

Emodean Nance and Mozell Tuttle are the only Seniors in our squad of fourteen. So, we 
give fair warning — Look out, future teams, for the Red and Black from King! 

The team would like to thank Martha Smith, manager, for a job well done. Orr thanks a'so 
to Mrs. Newsom, scorekeeper; Bobbie Jean Barr, assistant scorer- and Mr Kye, time keeper. Our 
deep appreciation for the splendid work of the cheerleaders, led by June Sisk. 

To Mrs. Voss — our coach: The team of 1952. the teams of all past vears. and the basketball 
fans- wish to express their gratitude for hours so unselfishly spent in reaching the fuirlamentals of 
basketball and sportmanship to the girls' basketball teams of King High School. WJ^h her fa^th 
in the girls, her patience, and her thorough knowledge of the game, we can easily understand why 
we are so proud to be The Stokes County Champions for the sixth consecutive year! 

BOYS' BASKETBALL 



Our boys' basketball team this year has really soared like the EAGLE for which our team is 
named, averaging over 65 points per game, for all games played. 

From last year's team we missed Roy Lee Harris, one of the best ball players ever to play at 
King, if not the best; Dean Robertson, Orbin Kiser, and Bill Watts — all fine ball players, who 
helped make our last year's team great, had graduated, as had reserves Doyle, Cromer, Sherrill 
Gray Hall, and Boonie Whitman. From the old team only Bobby Joe Harris remained. 

However, the reserves played almost as much as the varsity during last season, and that ex- 
perience really helped. 

Time came for Mr. Neal to pick the team. Bobby Joe Harris, Billy Bob Barr, C A. Hunsucker, 
Dan Nance, and Wimp Holder got the nod for first team. They were pushed, however, by Junior 
Grabs, Dicky Newsom, Robert Robertson, Wesley Hunsucker, Dennis Hartgrove, and Marvin 
Gentry. 



These boys proved themselves good ball handlers, and excellent shots from almost any angle 
on the floor. In many games their percentage for long shots was better than for crip shots. They 
usually scored almost at will. Mr. Neal could run in all the reserves and still have a high score. 

Our boys were undefeated during the regular season. They lost a "March of Dimes" game 
to a strong Welcome team, who went on to win the State A Race. They also lost to Draper by a 
1 point margin in a State Race game. 

For the fifth time in the last six years our boys brought home the Stokes County Trophy. 
This fact gives evidence that our teams have certainly done well, and have been well coached. 
Where else could you find a coach with the "know-how," patience, and ability of Mr. O. T. Neal? 
Although we lose Seniors C. A. Hunsucker, who was our highest scorer this season; Billy Bob Birr, 
who with C. A. made the County All-Star Team; Junior Grabs, Dicky Newsom, and Dennis Hart- 
grove, we predict for 1952-53 another strong team for King. 




CHEERLEADERS 



Left to right — Harold Boyles, Mary Sue Tuttle, Peggy Hall, June Sisk, Chief; Wilma Covington, 
Patsy Shelton, and Billy Jessup. 



BASEBALL TEAM 





Left to Tieht — C A Hunsucker, Charles West- 
moreland, and Bobby Joe Harris. 



Left to risht — C A. Hnnsucker rh-xr'es West- 
moreland, Wesley Hunsucker, and Bobby Joe Har- 
ris. 




Front row— "Pete" Shouse, Teddy Westmoreland, Joe Bolejack, Rex Holder, and C. A. 
Hunsucker. 

Second row — Wesley Hunsucker, Bobby Joe Harris, Charles Westmoreland, "Bud" Covington, 
and Robert Robertson. 

Third row — Mr. Neal, Coach; Billy Wilson, Don Robertson, Harry Kirby, John Watts, and 
Richard Norman. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 




OFFICERS 



ELEMENTAR/ 



ELEMENTARX 






Julia Roberts 
First Grade 



Eloice Hutchens 
First Grade 



Agnes S. Stewart 
First Grade 






Jessie F. Garner 
Second Grade 



Alma S. Barr 
Second Grade 



EUie L. Boyles 
Third Grade 






Eulalia Brandon 
Third Grade 



Jessie V. Carson 
Fourth Grade 



Doris N. Matthews 
Fourth Grade 



ELEMENTARY FACULTY 






Lida P. Hutchins 
Fifth Grade 



Ethel S. Moore 
Fifth Grade 



Rebecca R. Moser 
Sixth Grade 





Randie M. Lewis 
Sixth Grade 



Frances S. Kiser 
Seventh Grade 




Clara Helsabeck 
Seventh Grade 






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Lulia Whitaker 
Seventh Grade 



Hoyle Kye 
Eighth Grade 



Harriet M. Beasley 
Eighth Grade 




FIRST GRADE 

First row — J. Bennett, B. Southern, D. Lawson, M. James, J. Redding, J. Kreeger, J. Watson, 
J. Webster, J. Bovender. 

Second row — J. Grubb, C Adkins, G. Barber, P. Edmonds, F. Stewart, C. Brandon, B. L 
Gravely, R. Brown, R. Thomas. 

Third row — J. Dalton, D. Browder, R. Bennett, D. Shelton, M. A. Gentry, W. Grubb, J. 
Shore, S. Wall, M. Laudermilch. 

Fourth row — Miss Hutchens, J. Lawson, M. Talbert, F. Collins, G. Gentry, M. J. Tattle, J. 
Snider, E. Fulk, W. Slate, B. Watson. 




FIRST GRADE 



First row — M. Craddock, D. Long, D. Smoot, J. Barr, W. Davis, P. Kiser, R. Binkley, N. Hall, 
J. Mickey, V. Boyles, K. Gordon, B. Love. 

Second Row — T. Wood, K. Robertson, J. Atwood, D. Southern, L. Watson, A. Southard, S. 
Newsome, B. Robertson, H. Priddy, B. Mickey, H. Parris, G. Smith. 

Third row — Mrs. Stewart, T. White, K. Edwards, J. C. Marshall, E. Browder, J. Gibson, A. 
Wall, D. G. Shropshire, C. Fulk, F. Barr, T. W. Priddy, S. Southern. 




FIRST GRADE 

First row — Miss Roberts, J. Dwiggins, J. East, A. Craddock, D. Gordon, D. Bennett, L. Ayers, 
M. Gordon. 

Second row — L Voss, J. Southern, D. Bennett, S. Sprinkle, M. Wall, B. Martin, S. Covington. 




SECOND GRADE 



First row — S. Johnson, K. Kiser, B. Kiser, L. Stone, N. Palmer, N. Smith, N. Duggins, M. 
McGee, C. Barr. 

Second row — G. Watts, C L. Shouse, F. D. Brown, T. Turtle, B. Kirby, G. Kirby, B. L. 
Calloway, G. Boyles, S. Williams, B. Bennett. 

Third row — W Goff, J. Thomas, J. L. Bolejack, D. Coe, L. Coe, F. Denny, J. Duggins, J. 
Nance, S. PuUiam, J. Meadows. 

Fourth row — Mrs. Garner, J. PuUiam, L. Painter, D. Lynch, C. Grubbs, B. Smith, B. R. 
Moore, J. Collins, W. Turtle, J. Marshall, R. L. Lawson. 




SECOND GRADE 

First row — V. Burrow, L. Mabe, J. Mabe, W. Long, R. S. George, K. Lawson, J. V. Boles, 
A. Covington, J. Southern, R. Thomas, Mrs. Barr. 

Second row — S. G. Gordon, B. Watts, R. Ashby, J. Smith, E. Voss, D. R. Newsom, B. Ayers, 
R. Marshall, C. Smith, B. Westomoreiand. 

Third row — V. Lawson, R. Burrow, K. Hartgrove, J. Smith, N. J. Hall, T. Love, N. A. Tuttle, 
W. Sprinkle, J. Smith, J. Tedder, E. Bennett. 

Fourth row — N. Cain, T. Dodson, B. J. York, J. Brandon, A. Collins, L. G. Bennett, J. Moon, 
D. Bowles, E. Robertson, J. Byrd. 



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THIRD GRADE 



First row — R. Craddock, J. Newsom, H. Bennett, B. Long, A. Butner, C. Smith, P. Wall, M. 
Carroll, R. Tuttle, T. Browder. 

Second row — P. Duggins, L East, N. Carroll, T Jones, B. Moore, J. Calloway, L Boyles, B. 
Mabe, J. Johnson, G. Barber, Miss Brandon. 

Third row — B. Spainhour, L. Holder, B. S. Brown, L. D. Douglas, R. Gordon, D. Hartgrove, 
B. McGee, B. R. Binkley, L. Redding. 

Fourth row — K. Garner, R. Bennett, P. Slawter, D. East, E. J. Smith, J. Lankford, S. Shouse, E. 
Henderson, D. Snider, P. Lytle. 




THIRD GRADE 

Front row, left to right — J. Butner, G. Robbins, G. Southern, B. Tuttle, M. Lawson, K. Smith, 
D. Southern, W. Burrow, M. Dodson. 

Second row — N. Moser, M. Smith, C Voss, W. Kiger, E. Martin, L. Calhoun, E. Ashburn, 
Q. Tuttle, V. Ayers, S. Southern. 

Third row — B. Stone, B. Southern, G. Houser, L. Cox, N. Collins, D. Smith, B. Neal, L. 
Gibson, B. Atwood, L. Adkins. 

Fourth row — J. Boyles, E. Moser, D. Fulk, F. Southe'rn, L. Slate, P. Henderson, D. Webster, 
L. Thomas, J. Marshall, N. Gravely, Mrs. Boyles. 




FOURTH GRADE 

First row — S. Barr, C. Burrow, B. Hall, E. Middleton, M. Swisher, J. Johnson, G. Venable 
R. Mabe. 

Second row — E. Bennett, J. Felts, L. Wans, J. Johnson, R. Newsome, R. Warts, O. Cranfill, 
L Nance, L. Smith, Mrs. Matthews. 

Third row — R. D. Boyles, E. Griffin, R. Tucker, J. Watts, O. B. Brown, P. Smith, N. J. 
Barr, N. Bennett. 

Fourth row — D. White, J. W. Duggins, J. Snider, B. Martin, J. McGee, J. Brandon, G. 
Flippin, J. Smith, D. Fulk. 




FOURTH GRADE 

First row — G. Warner, J. Voss, J. Kiser, C Moser, V. McGee, B. Wall, L. Brown, P. Cox, 
A. Gordon. 

Second row— J. Mabe, L Denny, J. Slate, S. Bennett, S. Fulk, W. Wall, N. Southern, L. 
Epperson. 

Third row — A. Webster, H. Gentry, J. Tuttle, J. Craddock, B. Cromer, E. Booze, S. Boyles, 
Miss Carson. 

Fourth row— J. B. Ashburn, J. Mabe, C Pulliam, B. Sands, J. Webster, W. Culler, D. Tuttle, 
D. Cardwell, D. Smith. 




FIFTH GRADE 

First row — D. Marshall, F. McKnight, B. Browder, B. Wilson, W. Southern, K. Hall, L. 
Robbins, B. Long, Mrs. Hutchens. 

Second row — T. Cobler, D. R. Smith, F. Badgett, D. Boles, L. M. Lawson, L Cox, C. Callo- 
way, S. Southern, M. Loggins. 

Third row — T. Newsome, B. Cain, J. Tedder, M. Gibson, T. Cox R. Middleton, J. Boyles, 
T. Bennett. 

Fourth row — D. Boyles, D. Stone, D. Kiser, P. Carroll, B. Bennett, N. M. Moon, S. Painter, 
R. Sands, J. Vaughn. 




FIFTH GRADE 

First row — L Boyles. W. Smith, J. Wolff, S. Merritt, A. Brown, J. Johnson, R. Carroll, J. 
Voss, G. Duggins. 

Second row — B. Newsom, J. Moser, P. Binkley, L. Moser, P. McGee, A. Fulic, J. Anderson, 
T. Hutchins, N. White, E. Mabe. 

Third row — H. Mabe, A. Cox, H. Slate, W. Searcy, S. Hill, J. Hunter, A. Smith, A. F. Cocker- 
ham, Mrs. Moore. 

Fourth row — D. Fulk, N. Calloway, N. Westmoreland, F. Watts, E. Goff, S. Lawson, M. Fulk, 
B. Palmer, L Robertson. 




SIXTH GRADE 



First row — L Hall, M. Bennett, R. Love, J. Smoot, D. Tuttle, M. E. Jones, R. Thomas, D. 
Laudermilch, H. Baker, C Thomas, Mrs. Moser. 

Second row — B. Lawson, L. Calloway, J. Lankford, J. E. Moser, L. L. Hall, R. Scott, K. Spainhour, 
W. Johnson, P. Wall, G. Kirby, B. Covington. 

Third row — E. Snider, J. Caudle, C. Marshall, V. Fulk, V. Brown, J. Thomas, M. Teague, 
F. K. Rimiley, W. Sizemore, A. Barneycastle. 




SIXTH GRADE 



First row — C. Holder, A. M. Marshall, R. A. Marshall, V. Morefield, J. Lynch, O. Lankford, 
Jr., J. Barr, L. Gordon, Mrs. Lewis. 

Second row — A. F. Boyles, J. Robertson, P. L. Cain, M. Wall, J. Turtle, L. Lawson, P. Smith. 
J. Fulk. 

Third row — L. Newsome, A. James, H. R. Bennett, R. Jones, B. Nance, S. Bennett, B. Mabe, 
S. Boyles. 

Fourth row — L. Epperson, B. Southern, I Boyles, M. R. Smith, P. Newsome, L. Lawson, R. 
Slate, B. Johnson. 




SEVENTH GRADE 



First row — Miss Whitaker, V. Turtle, E. D. Bennett, R. Bennett, D. Henderson, D. Bennett, 
H. Webster, D. Fulk. 

Second row — F. Kapp, K. Lawson, P. D. Hall, R. Boyles, L. Mabe, J. Jessup, D. Lawson, 
A. Mabe. 




SEVENTH GRADE 



Front row, left to right — F. Gordon, K. Dodson, A. Mabe, B. Minnick, F. Southern, P. Hunter, 
K. Burrow, P. Patterson, D. Smith. 

Second row — B. Smith, B. Law, G. Burrow, D. Tucker, F. Binkley, J. Covington, M. Boyles, 
B. Shore, Mrs. Kiser. 

Third row — H. Holder, J. L. Tucker, W. Bennett, D. Love, B. Watts, C. Jones, R. Smith, 
P. Davis. 




SEVENTH GRADE 



Front row, left to right — B. J. Mabe, B. Middleton, V. Moser, K. Smith, M. J. Coe, J. 
Covington, B. Smith, K. Burrow. 

Second row — G. Voss, M. Binkley, P. New, M. A. Gibson, S. Thomas, J. Culler, L. Falken- 
berry, W. Hunter, F. Thomas. 

Third row— R. Bennett, A. Hayes, B. Wall, G. White, T. Griffin, R. Vest, P. White, O. 
Rierson. 

Fourth row — Miss Helsabeck, N. Johnson, M. Bennett, B. Robertson, B. Marshall, L. Tuttle. 




EIGHTH GRADE 

First row — R. Voss, R. Flynt, B. J. Boles, H. Browder, M. Key, B. Cox, B. Kirby, J. Slate, 
R. Baker. 

Second row^ — B. Smith, I. Southern, B. Wilson, A. Spainhour, K. Carroll, L. Ferguson, F. 
Robertson, D. Boyles, R. Westmoreland, B. Ferguson. 

Third row— N. Turtle, B. Kirby, J. Wilkey, T. Kiger, J. Smith, J. Robertson, J. Hooker, S. 
Wall, Mrs. Beasley. 

Fourth row — B. Dodson, J. Preston, J. Griffin, G. Tutfle. R. Adkins, P. Adkins, C. Cox, 
E. Kiser. 




EIGHTH GRADE 



First row — T. Clanton, L. Lawson, R. Booze, H. Tuttle, J. Watts, T. Hutchins, L. Robertson, 
N. Fulk, J. D. Tuttle. 

Second row— B. Hamrick, K. McGee, S. Bennett, H. Wall, B. Nance, Y. Wall, B. Burrow, 
J. Hampton, K. Long. 

Third row — R. Adkins, J. L. Johnson, L. Craddock, M. Covington, J. Beasley, D. Boyles, W. 
Edwards, O. A. Smith, Mr. Kye. 



ELEMENTARY BASKETBALL 




First row — Myra Boyles, Jeannette Covington, Jean Wilkie, Kay Carroll, Patsy White. Kay 
Long, Marie Coe. 

Second row — To Ann Hampton, Anne Spainhour, Bonnie Robertson, Carolyn Jones, Elizabeth 
Booe, Tangie Griffin. 




First row — John Baker, Blaine Ferguson, Harold Holder, Donald Boyles, Luther Lawson, 
Gwyn Voss. 

Second row — Richard Westmoreland, Frank Robertson, Billy Dodson, James Griffin, Jimmy 
Beasley, John Smith. 



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N. C. Hooker, Proprietor 

Wiring — Repairing — Fixtures 

PHONE 188 KING, N. C, 




Quality Leaders 

of 

The South 

Insist on 

SEALTEST 
Winston-Salem, 

North Carolina 



DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY 




E, G, FORREST CO. 



Fair Fax Hall Food Products 



WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 



HERFF-JONES COMPANY 

Rings, Invitations, Trophies and Medals 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

E. W. PADDISON, Representative 



Mount Airy, North Carolina 



W. A. WALL E8SO 
SERVICE 

Washin.2: Waxing Lubricating 

Wheel Ba'aneing & Alinement 

Firestone & Fisk Tires 

Road Service 

Auto Accessories 
Phone 122 King, N. C. 



TELEPHONE 262 



MRS. ELMER BOYLES 
OWNER 



"'FlomerK For All (hruisionn'^ 
KING, NORTH CAROLINA 



KING HARDWARE 
COMPANY 

General Line Hardware 

Electrical Appliances, Paints, Seed and Oils 

Coal and Wood Ranges and Heaters 
KING, N. C. PHONE 182 



BROWN'S & STAR 
WAREHOUSE 

A SALE EVERY DAY 

Bill Simpson Bob Newsom 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



R. W. Boles Hardware Co. 

A Complete Line of Hardware 

Everything for the Farmer 
Phone 153 
King, N. C. 



Compliments of 

KING .<^ SERVICE 




KING, N. C. 



DEWEY LONG CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 



CONTRACTORS 



PHONE 291 



KING, N. C. 



BUILDING MATERIALS 



A Home is an Investment in Happiness 



KING FARM SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

FCX Dealer 

Feed, Seed and Fertilizer 

Complete line of Plumbing Supplies 

PHONE 151 KING, N. C. 



GENTRY ^ MOSER CO. 

Groceries, Fresh Meats 

Western Auto Sales Agency- 
Hot Point, Norge and Universal 
Appliances 

Phone 183 
KING. NORTH CAROLINA 



1906 1^^2 

Compliments of 

COMMERCIAL ^ 
FARMERS BANK 

RURAL HALL, NORTH CAROLINA 

E. E. Shore, President 

T. R. Wilson, Vice-President 



JOE COVINGTON 
SERVICE STATION 

Esso Gas and Oil 

Firestone Tires 8 Tubes Willard Batteries 

Groceries 



Route 1 



KING, N. C. 



TINY DINY 
RESTAURANT 

"Where Friends Meet and Eat" 
Phone 273 King, N. C. 



Save 25% on Automobile Insurance 

Farm Bureau Mutual Fire Insurance 

Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co. 

RUPERT HALL 

LOCAL AGENT 



E. L. KISER CO,, INC, 

Established 1892 

GENERAL MERCHANTS 
Dry Goods, Red Goose Shoes, Furniture, Philco Radios, 
Philco Refrigerators, Grocery and Meat Market. 
Operated by Kigcr Brothers 



BOLES HARDWARE CO. 



Complete Line of Hardware 



Wcstlnghousc Appliances Pittsburg Paints 



PINNACLE, N. C. 



PHONE ll-F-12 



Compliments of 




POST 290 
King, North Carolina 




Compliments of 

Brenner 

Iron and Metal 
Company 

950-tO00 LINDEN AND LIBERTY STREETS 

Winston-Salem I, N. C. 



BAKER'S ESSO SERVICE 


Esso Products 


U. S. Highway 52 


Phone 136 


King, North Carolina 



BANK OF PILOT 

MOUNTAIN 

Pilot Mountain. N. C. 
Deposits insured to $10,000 

I. M. Gordon, Pres. 

J. W. Gordon, Cashier 
W. H. Reid, Vice President 



WILSON BROTHERS 
LUMBER CO. 

Building Materials 

RURAL HALL, N. C. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Phone 2121 Phone 6133 



Compliments of 

IHIUNF 


Your TAPPAN RANGE DEALER 

3100 N. Liberty St. Phone 46353 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Fine Class Rings Announcements 
Awards Yearbooks 

Since 1897 
Representative: L. C. Chiles 

611 Colonial Drive 

High Point, N. C. 



L. M. LONG 

Jeweler and Watch Maker 

+ 

King, N. C. 



Shouse Restaurant 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 
Next To Postoffice 



Smith Grocery 

Grocery - Feed - Seed 

Cured Meats - Produce 

Dial 158 

King, N. C. 



Kiser's Grocery 

staple and Fancy Groceries 

Country Produce 

King, N. C. 



Compliments to the Entire Senior 
Class From Your Photographer 

F. H. Harmon 

King, N. C. 



Congratulations to the 

Entire Senior Class 

from the 

KING DRIVE-IN 
THEATRE 

Myer Holder, Mgr. 




King Fuel Oil Supply Co. 

Wholesale Dealer 

ESSO PRODUCTS 

Fuel For Homes and Tobacco Barns 

N. G. GOFF E. R. SMITH 

Phone 216 

King, N. C. 



Rex S. McGee 

Agent 

PILOT LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

"A Life Insurance Pkm for 
Every Need." 

King, N. C. 



G. S. Hall R. W. Newsom R. 0. Hall 

FERGUSON 

TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT 

Sales - - Service 

Twin City Tractor & 
Implement Co. 

815 N. Trade St. 

Phone 3-5901 P. 0. Box 1915 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



J. A. BOLES & SONS 

Groceries, Meals, Dry Goods 
Feeds, Flour, Fertilizer 

Star Brand Shoes 

Phone 11F21 

PINNACLE, N. C. 



Congratulations to the Senior Class 
of 1952 of King High School 

Winston-Truck Cr Tractor 
Company 

5-29 N. Cherry St. Phone 3-2494 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Compliments of 

SLATE FURNITURE CO. 

Located in Stanleyille 

Dealers in 

Crosley Electrical Appliances 

Fine Furniture 

Rural Hall, N. C. Phone 4125 



Compliments of 

PALMETTO THEATRE 

KING, N. C. 
Jim, Booth, Owner 



White Vehicle Co. 



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Phone 23204 938 N. Liberty St. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Johnson Wholesale Co., Inc. 

Wholesale Groceries & Notions 

Phone 78 

Pilot Mountain, N. C. 



FRANKLIN 
Hosiery Mill 

-^ + 

King, N. C. 



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